North Korean hackers issue latest threat!


imageEmboldened by their success thwarting the release of Sony Pictures’ controversial comedy The Interview, North Korean hackers issued another threat just moments ago warning of an attack “should anyone ever play a Justin Bieber song again. Ever. Anywhere.”

In an unprecidented move, world leaders from 120 countries immediately met and unanimously agreed to sign a pact keeping the digital airwaves “in all its forms, including our kids’ iPods and Smartphones” free of Justin Bieber music.

“It’s just not worth the risk,” said one world leader. “Gee, I sure hope they don’t make a threat about the new season of ‘American Idol’ or another ‘Hangover’ movie.”

(Ok, fine.)
(This didn’t really happen.)
(But it’s worth a shot…)



(Ned Hickson is a syndicated columnist with News Media Corporation. His first book, Humor at the Speed of Life, is available from Port Hole Publications, or Barnes & Noble.)

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35 thoughts on “North Korean hackers issue latest threat!”

      1. Yeah, I know what you mean about the fake. Take your new picture. I had to double-check it was really you without the jurnalist credentials you used to display, but the then the hair height was reassuring. The world was righted.

  1. Hey! The bieb is a Canadian, don’t forget. Of can have him if you wish, please. You know they could cast him as the killer of Kim in the movie and then send him on a promo tour to NK – that would solve multiple problems at once. Ahhh, elegance – ya gotta love it. use one problem to solve another.

No one is watching, I swear...

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